Improving Estimation Practices by Applying Use Case Models

@inproceedings{Anda2002ImprovingEP,
  title={Improving Estimation Practices by Applying Use Case Models},
  author={Bente Anda and Endre Angelvik and Kirsten Ribu},
  booktitle={PROFES},
  year={2002}
}
An estimation method based on use cases, the use case points method, has given promising results. However, more knowledge is needed about the contexts in which the method can be applied and how it should be adapted to local environments to improve the estimation process. We applied the use case points method to several projects in a Scandinavian software development company as the first activity in a software process improvement project on improving estimation. The second activity of the… CONTINUE READING
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